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Old August 15th, 2006, 09:41 AM
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Text placement question

I tried to resize the canvas size adding more to the bottom then all other sides to allow for the addition of the text. Now I'm seeing that the tops of my capital letters appear to be cut off slightly. Is there a way to go back and adjust that without starting over??

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Old August 15th, 2006, 09:58 AM
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Looks to me like your text isn't on the top layer. Just click on it and drag it to the top. See if that is your deal.
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In looking at your layers I would think that just moving the text layers to the top of the stack should do it.

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That did the trick.........
Can you tell I haven't taken the Layers course yet???

Thanks for the fix.
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Mary--If you just want to move the text, make sure the text layer is selected and click on the move tool. That will put a bounding box around the text and you should be able to move it down. I hope this helps.
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That did the trick.........
Can you tell I haven't taken the Layers course yet???

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Thanks, that was the first thing I tried, but I think I didn't have enough space allowed at the bottom of the canvas to make that adjustment.

Moving the text layer in the palette to the top fixed it.

Thanks everyone.
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Hi Mary ...

Your images is looking really good .. do post it when you have finished it.

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